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Hi,
Is there a third party tool (Free or paid) which allows me to monitor the activity of the network at work and if for example a server is slow, it shows what is causing this slowness, etc?
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Specifically for your SQL boxes or just all servers on your network regardless of SQL instances?
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Animal Magic (12/7/2012)
Specifically for your SQL boxes or just all servers on your network regardless of SQL instances?

yes, all servers regardless of sql instances.
we do have sql monitor, but that is mostly limited to sql server which is monitoring.
Hemant.R
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hi ,
you can use whatup gold ,

please check below link

http://www.whatsupgold.com/
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We use a product called OpManager http://www.manageengine.com/network-monitoring/

Fantastic product that does all the server monitoring you would expect from an enterprise level product. Granted its not free, or even cheap, but its reliable and does the job.
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Hi ,if you want to monitor sql server activity you
can sql server heartbeat
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